The Media's Kavanaugh Derangement is Getting Desperate

This demands an immediate FBI investigation. And the vote on Kavanaugh's nomination should be postponed until President Booker is an position to nominate a more fitting replacement from the mob.

Kavanaugh warned of possible condo eviction in 1983 letter - The Hill

This sounds serious. Seriously stupid.

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh warned his friends that they might be evicted from the beachfront condo they rented in 1983, and wrote details alluding to the events that were expected to take place there, in a letter obtained by The New York Times. 

"Our problem down there might be too many people," Kavanaugh wrote in the letter. "We're going to have to decide while we are there who we want and don't want ... If half of Gonzaga/St. Johns starts coming, we might have to give the boot or else we might get it ourselves."

"The danger of eviction is great and that would suck because of the money and because this week has big potential. (Interpret as wish)," he added.

This is a letter Brett Kavanaugh wrote when he was 18.

Can we pore over every single letter written by Dean Baquet, the the editor of the New York Times, when he was 18?

Has Dean Baquet ever thrown ice?

The New York Times reported Monday that Kavanaugh was questioned about a bar fight by the New Haven Police Department when he was an undergraduate at Yale University.

Kavanaugh was not arrested, but was accused of throwing ice on someone for “some unknown reason,” according to the report obtained by the Times.

Kavanaugh did not want “to say if he threw the ice or not” when speaking with officers, according to the report.

In other news, Keith Ellison was just cleared of assaulting a woman by the people who want him to become Attorney General. But we don't need to talk about that. These are not the offenders you're looking forward.